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EDITORS' GOOF-OFF PAGE 




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It is not the 
student who 
need reformation 
it is the 
schools. 



Where were you when the pages were 
blank?? It is ridiculous for any man to 
criticize the works of another if he has 
not distinguished himself by his own 
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To Those Who 
Might Criticize 
This Book — 
Did You 
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Copyright (cD 1973 Minnechaug Regional High 
All rights reserved. Reproduction or use of the 
whole or any part of the contents without writ- 
ten permission is prohibited. First printing 760 
copies. 



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To S. J. - - Power, To Its Last Particle, Is Duty. 



The Secret Of'Getting Ahead Is Getting Started. 





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Just About The Time You Think You Can Make Both Ends Meet. 
Somebody Comes Along And Moves The Ends. 



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Education Is An Admirable Thing, 




But Nothing That Is Worth Knowing Can Be Taught 



In Education We Are Striving Not To Teach Youth To Make A Living, 

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But To Make A Life. 



Keep Smiling. It Makes Everyone Wonder What You've 

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Wild Bill Rides Again 




Think no matter what it costs and for some 
the cost is high 



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feel not the pain of parting; it is they 

who stay behind who suffer. 







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what we 
eat keep^ 
us alive, 
the other 
half kills 
us. 





BELOW: Distrust all in whom the impulse to pun- 
ish is powerful. 



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An' Bear It 



Helping others to help themselves. 





Love Is 



In America we can say what 
we think, and even if we can't 

think we can say it anyhow. 



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If we stop to think more, 
we would stop to thank more 



MISS JONES- -for fighting 

MR. BADGER- -for listening 

DON LEND RY- -for aiding 

THOMAS H. POLLARD- -for everything 

LYNNS. RASMUSS EN- -for anything 

THE CONTRIBUTORS- -for contributing 

THE ADVISOR- -for advising 

THE STAFF- -for working 

THE EDITORS--for editing 

THE BOSS- -for criticizing 

T. D. BROWN- -for saving 

JEFF KERN- -for arting 

ADOLFO CHANDECK--for photoing 

BRUCE WALLACE- -for photoing 

TOM MASKELL--for photoing 

GARY GRINDLE--for photoing 

EVERYONE- -for thoughts & comments 

PAUL DAIGNEAULT--for arting 

JOHN BANNER- -for sergeant schultz 

THE WRITERS- -for quotes 




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MAKING LIFE WORTH WHILE 

May every soul that touches mine 

Be it the slightest contact - 

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Get therefrom some good; 

Some little grace; one kindly thought; 

One aspiration yet unfelt; 

One bit of courage 

For the darkening sky; 

One gleam of faith 

To brave the thickening ills of life; 

One glimpse of brighter skies 

Beyond the gathering mists 

To make this life worth while 

And heaven a surer heritage. 




The School Committee 




Mr. Francis P. Reddington, Dr. Maurice F. Heffeman. Mrs. Doris Bowman, Chairman. Mr. Elmer Hoeffner 




Miss Athena Lambert Dr. John J. Costello 



Mrs. Louise Voss 



Mr. Yorke Phillips 




Mr. Kenneth Rainey 



Mr. Richard King 



Mr. Fred Cooper 



Mr. Carroll Johnson 



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Behind an able man there are always other able men. 




A teacher affects eternity; He can 
never tell where his influence stops. 





SUSAN BAROCAS 
science 



CHARLES BEELER 



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ROBERT BERKOWITZ 
english 



ELIZABETH BICHAN 
art 



MARY LOU BREWER 
social studies 



RICHARD BROWN 
science 





DONALD CAMPBELL 
science 



PATRICIA CASCIO STEPHEN CASTONCUAY 



phys. ed. 



social studies 



SUSAN CURTIS 
business 



PAUL DESLAURIERS 
remedial 



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JAMES DeWOLF 
industrial arts 



PATRICIA DUNN 
phys. ed. 





WILLIAM EAKINS 
physics 




A teacher is often better thar 
books. 



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JAMES ETTER 
social studies 



JOSEPH FEDE 
math 



DONALD FERRIS 
math 





MARGARET FEY 
Spanish 



PETER GARTNER 
guidance 



JAMES GIROTTI 
phys. ed. 



[CATHERINE GOULDINC 
home economics 



ROBERTA GOUR 
english 




VICTOR GRANAUDO 
math 



JOAN GUZIEC 
business 



KENNETH HANSON 

music 



JAMES RAYNES 
industrial arts 



RONALD HCFY.ANN 

enclish 



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He who asks a question is a fool for five 

minutes; 

He who does not ask a question is a fool 

forever. 




DWIGHT KILLAM 
music 



CONSTANCE KIMBERLY 
english 



SUSAN KLINE 
english 



MICHAEL KOBER 
phys. ed. 






DAVID KOSIOREK 
biology 




GLORIA LaFLAMME 
french 



PAUL LaFLAMME 
chemistry 



PAULA LARRIVEE 
phys. ed. 



RAFFELENA LATINO 
english 



JOHN LOGAN 
industrial arts 



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hducation is too important t 
solely to the educators. 




HAROLD MILLER 
phys. £ anatomy 



BRUCE MORGAN 
phys. ed. 



BYRON MUSSELMAN 
english 



MADELENE NEWSOME 
nurse 



KATHERINE NICKOLLS 
home econor 





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NORMA NOONE 
english 



DONNA O'CONNOR 
reading 



ROSEMARY O'DONOGHUE 

english 



JOHN OPPEDISAXO 
math 



BARBARA PR^CKNECK 
english 



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In education we are striving not to teach 
youth to make a living, but to make a life. 





JOHN PRZYBYLOWICZ 
french 






KATHLEEN 

PRZYBYLOWICZ 

business 



LOIS RASMUSSEN 
english 



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ISABEL RYAVEC 
librarian 



RUSSELL SALK 
math 






JEWEL REBURN 
home economics 



DEBORAH RICHTER 
home economics 



GEORGE ROBINSON 
math 





CLARA SHARRARD 
home economics 



MARIANNE SHATTUCK 
phys. ed. 



ROBERT SILVA 
math 





EMILY SILVESTRO 
Spanish 



PAULA SMET 
Spanish 



PORTER SMITH 
e.i.i.p. 



PHILLIP SOUSA 
industrial arts 



RICHARD SPENCER 
english 



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Bevond the star I too musl inch 
And search for facts my mind c . 
To what, and where, and out be) ;nd 
I grope and reach just like the vujrm. 

' hllison 



KARL STERNBERG 
biology 



JOSEPH VAN WEST 
art 



LOUIS VERANI 
business 



DIANE WAGNER 
english 



MISSING: MARILYN ATS (latin), DAVID 
GILSON (e.i.i.p. ). SADIE HAC HA DOUR LAN 
(english), DANIEL HANSCOM social studies), 
ROBERT McCARTH^" (foreign languages) 
EDWARD MIERZEWSKI (music), GEORGE 
PROULX (guidance), CHRISTINE RIDER 
(english), VALETA ROBINSON (Spanish), 
JESSICA SMITH (e.i.i.p. ), RITA STRAUSS 
(guidance ). 





ANDREW WHALEN 
phys. ed. 



CURTIS WING 
science 



JOHN WORTHLEY 
math 



CHRISTINE WRONA 
soci.il studies 






Whatever I did not know, 



I was not ashamed to inquire about, 







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So I acquired knowledge. 




If you want to get something done, give it to a 
busy man. He'll have his secretary do it. 




HIGH SCHOOL STAFF: N. Porter, J. Smith, G. McGregor, P. Fegley (I.B.M. ), J. Savage, D. 
Follansbee, L. Searles, M. Kerr (I.B.M. ), T. Kasper. 



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We may live without friends, we may live without books, but civilized man cannot live with- 
out cooks. 







CAFETERIA STAFF: B. Szanderowski, A. Ross, L. Rising (food supervisor), L. 
Schielding, L. Isham, I. Converse, I. Chmura, M. Lapata, T. Mazza, E. Wickett, 
X. Craig. 




Cleanliness is next to godliness. 

CUSTODIAL STAFF: S. Strycharz (head custodian), C. Jenkins, R. Bergstrom, T. 
Trewin, P. Sagan, S. Klinkowicz, J. Norman, L. Superneau (assistant head), E. 
Ordynowicz. 




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MY SPIRIT WILL GROW LP 
Some day my spirit will grow up tall and wise. 
And then, stern Life, I shall no longer go 
Cowardly running and crying from your blow. 
Then I will face you with clear, earnest eyes 
Smiling a little at your sharp surprise. 
Unflinching from the threatened stroke, with no 



Soft tremor to lighten your frown — when I shall grow 

In spirit, some day, tall and strong and wise. 

Then I will face you, it may be I shall laugh. 

Not to disarm you, not to conclude our strife. 

But joyous in my newly steadied will 

That finds a comfort in thy rod and staff. 

Then I will say: "You may hurt me, hurt me. Life. 

Hurt me your worst, and I will love you still!" 





"Man's Mind And Not His Master 
Makes Him Slave." 




FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: STANDING: C. Heiney (president), KNEELING: K. Barron (secretary), J. Balise (treasurer), R. 
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J. Crowder 



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"If Slavery Is Not Wrong, Nothing 
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D. Dragon 

J. Duke 

P. Dunwoody 

L. Duval 

J. Eddy 

M. Ellington 

Z. Engel 

R. Evans 

S. Evensen 

J. Fabbri 

W. Fa!e5 

M. Far. 

D. Faulhaber 

W. Fellows 
V. Ferrington 
B. Finger 
J. Fiore 
L. Fiore 
J. Fitzgerald 

. 
S. Frappier 
D. Fratamico 

G. Frederick 

P. Fritz 

R. Frost 

W. Furno 

F. C 

T. Galas 

L. Gardell 

\V. Car. . 
'. Ger.iV 
. Go mux 

B. Giblin 

C. Gilbert 
G. Giles 
H. Giles 

D. Gillan 
B. Godfrey 

P. Goewy 
S. Gowing 
B. Graham 
Y. . Grir.t 
V. . Greene 
D. Gr::- ; " 
J. Grist 
R. G 




R. Guilmain 
K . Cure cki 
E. Hadley 
W. Hanson 
K. Hastings 

C. Hayes 

D. Hayn 
K. Hebert 

D. Heeley 

D. Hurd 
A. Hicks 
R. Hill 
R. Hinch 

E. Hine 
D. Hoerle 
S. House 

L. Howell 
A. Howland 

E. Hutchinson 
G. In graham 
D. Jachym 
D. Jacque 

D. Johnson 
D. Johnson 



L. Johnson 
B. Jordan 



C. Jordan 

D. Jordan 



W. Joy 

D. June 



J. Jutkiewicz 
S. Kaczenski 
S. Kapp 
A. Kasper 
D. Killam 

C. Kirby 

D. Kenney 
K. Kern 

D. Keyes 
T. Keyes 
C. Kibbe 

C. King 

D. King 

S. Kne eland 
W. Kober 
S. Kolesar 

C . Koncitik 
S. Kosek 

D. Kossick 
J. Kurpaska 
C. LaBonte 
S. La broad 

C. Lajzer 

M. K. Landon 

F . Langone 

P. L'Annunziata 

W . Lapata 

P. Leger 

M. Lemieux 

P. Lepley 

C. Libby 

P. Lindahl 
J. Lindell 
K. Loftus 

D. Long 
D. Love 
L. Lundy 
N. Lynch 

T. MacNiece 
J. Majka 



T. Major 

M. E. Mammarelli 

D. Menard 

M. Mangan 

M. Mariani 

C. Markham 

L. Markhard 

C. Martin 
T. Maskell 
J. Mattson 
N. May 
T. McCaffrey 
M. McHugh 
N. Mercure 
W. Mercure 
M. Meregian 

R. Miller 
W. Monrad 
N. Moore 

C. Moriarty 

D. Morris 

T. Moynahan 
K. Mullen 
K. Munsell 

T. Nascimbeni 

R. Nelson 

E. Nodell 

D. O'Brian 

K. O'Brien 

T. J. O'Donnell 

B. O'Neil 

D. Ordynowicz 

K. Owens 
H. Owsijuk 
R. Palm 
D. Panetta 
A. Pappas 



S. Parker 
T. Partridge 
A. Patrie 
R. Paul 
S. Paul 



M. Peczka 
P. Perry 

D. Pixley 
W. Phillips 
S. Piro 

C. Pollard 
W. Polley 
S. Polom 
R. Ponath 
A. Porter 
S. Porter 
P. Powell 
M. Przybycien 

F. Quigley 
M. Ransier 

D. Rapisarda 
S. Rasmussen 

E. Rathbone 
J. Reed 

J. Reed 

D. Rice 
J. Rich, 
R. Riggs 
S. Robertson 
G. Robinson 
S. Robinson 
T. Rocjhe 
C. Rodrigues 

E. Ross 

J. Roy 
L. Roy 
L. Rudd 

J- Ru gg 
S. Russell 
S. Ruta 
C. Rzegocki 











R. Sagan 

D. St. Dennis 

C. St. Germain 

D. Sawyer 
G. Schnere 

L. Schoolcraft 
H. Schubert 
L. Scott 

M. A. Scott Smith 

E. Shaw 

K. Shea 

M. Sheehan 

B. Siano 

J. Sideleau 

P. Silva 

A. Silveira 
G. Stephens 
M. Straka 
D. Struzziero 
C. Stratton 

C. Stratton 

D. Stiles 
V. Sullivan 
M. Sundberg 

W. Sweeney 
F. Sweryda 
S. Swetland 

C. Szanderowski 

D. Szczebak 



P. Taft 
A. Talbot 
M. Taylor 
J. Therrien 
G. Teschendorf 



R. Thomas 
N. Thomson 
E. Tobin 
T. Tobin 
R. Trombley 



C. Turner 
E. Turner 
J. Ubersax 
J. Valentine 
K. Vance 



R. Verani 
C. Wade 
K. Wahlberg 
J. Wark 
K. Watts 



K. Webber 
G. Wells 
P. Wentworth 
K. Wilk 
M. Willcutt 



S. Williams 
M. Willmas 
D. Wilson 
D. Wolskei 
J. Wood 



D. Woods 
R. Zavala 
F. Zimmerman 




I I am (he last of a long processi 

you, away from you, pouring into mist-tJnjj^q 
ancHrTl&st into the ocean of obliviop. '■ 
, yet I am ever with y<Air*. 
s caiiej^Tomorrow, and was wgltfpare; 
'me youi^bride and was named Todav^aow I am 
Yesterday, a ricjcar ry upon me the eternal stain of your 

rowing book. There are many 

11 over, and read us. and know 

im wft h vou . HW'-n amci< - ■■-- 





That which is bitter to endure 

may be sweet to remember 




Jill Trevallion-President; Laura Olmstead-Secretary; Rusty Jones- Treasurer; Chris Sigler-Vice President. 



Our thanks to Mr. Logan, our advisor, and the 
officers of the class of '73. 



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LINDA D. ALLEN 



MAUREEN ALLEN 



RUSSELL ALLEN 




NANCY ANDRE PATTI DEE ANSCHUTZ ROBIN ANN ARSENAULT 




BRIAN ALLARD - Football 1 ; 
Smoke Signal 4: Monitor 4. 
RUSSELL ALLEN (Russ) - 
Football 1,2; Monitor 4. 
LINDA D. ALLEN (Jones) - 
Christmas Play 3; Drill Team 
2; Ski Team 1,2: Swim Team 
Manager i,4 
ALLEN - Moni-: - 
ANDRE - Student Hostess 3, 
4: Gvmnastics 1; Softball 3. 
PATTI DEE ANSCHUTZ (An- 
chovie) - Student Council 1, 
2,3,4 - Vice Pres. ; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Leaders Corps 3, 
4; F.T.A. 2; Monitor 4; Class 
Officer 3; Jr. Class Ac: 
Comm. ; Student- Fac-! 
Comm. ROBIN ANN ARSE- 
NAULT. MICHELE DLANE 
ASHE (Micki) - Student Coun- 
cil 4; Student Hostess 4: Class 
Officer 3; Cheerleading ?.- 
Monitor 4; Jr. Clas- 
Comm. BONNIE ASHER - 
Monitor 4: Lab Assistant 3; 
Tennis Team 4. PETER 
ASHER - Track Manager 1,2; 
Basketball Manager ?.4 



MICHELE DIANE ASHE 



BONNIE ASHER 



PETER ASHER 







JUDITH A. BALBONI 




LISA ELLEN BALDRIDGE LAWRENCE BALOGH VALERIE BANDOSKI VICTORIA KATE BANDOSKI 



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BEVERLY BATES 



MAUREEN BATESON 



SUSAN BEANE 





KARYN JEANNE BECK TERTIA BLODGETT 



SUSAN BODUCH 




JOANNE AUDETTE - Softball 
1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2, 3,4 
Monitor 4; Leaden Corps 4; 
Student Hostels 4. JUDITH A. 
BALBONI (Judy)- USA ELLEN 
BALDRIDCE - Drill Team 2, 
3,4 - Co-Captain; PAY AS 4; 
Student Council 2; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Leaders Corps 3; 
Smoke Signal 3,4 - ecV 
Quill and Scroll 4; Christmas 
Play 1; Choralyres 1,2. 
Swing Band Snow 1 ; Western 
District Chorus 3.4. 
LAWRENCE BALOGH - Band 
4. VALERIE BANDOSK1 
(Yal) - Softball 2. VICTORIA 
KATE BANDOSKI (Vic) - 
Gymnastics 1; Swim Team 1, 
2,4; Syncho Team 1,2; 
Christmas Plav 3; Spring Play 
3; Folk Festival 1. BEVERLY 
BATES (Beave) - Folk Fe 
val 1,2; FTA 4. MAUF 
BATESON. SUSAN BEAJ 
KARYN JEANNE BECK - 
Swing Band Show 1,2,3; Drill 
Team 2; Christmas Pla 
Guidance Aide 1,2. TERTIA 
BLODGETT (Terry) - Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4 - Co-C 
tain; Tennis Team 3,4; Stu- 
dent Hostess 3,4; Leaders 
Corps 3,4; Falcon 2, 3,4-ed- 
itor; Quill and Scroll 4; Class 
Officer 1. SUSAN BODUCH - 
Field Hockev 3; Drill Team 
2; Basketball 3; Softball 
4; Leaders Con - ; ? J 
Plav 1. ANITA BOND (Nita). 
CHERYL ANN BOND - Folk 
Festival 1,2; Sr.:der.: Council 
1. IDA NLARIE BORTOLUSSI 
- Student Hostess 3,4; Library- 
Aide 1; Drill Team 2; Guid- 
ance Aide 3: Jr. Class 
ivitv Comm. DONALD BOU- 
CRARD (Don). 



ANITA BOND 



CHERYL ANN BOND IDA MARIE BORTOLUSSI 







RICHARD BOURBEAU 



GARY BOYER 



VIVIAN BREHAUT LINDA BRESSETTE 




BRAD BUCHHOLZ BRUCE BUCKLAND KENNETH BUTLER 



JOHN BYRNE 




JEANNE CALVERT LAURIE CAMERON THERESA E. CAMPION LOUISE CANDAGE 



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DAVID CARMAN 





RICHARD BOURBEAU (Rich- 
ie) - Soccer 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2.3.4. CARYBOYER. 
VIVIAN BREHAUT - Syocho 
Team 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 
2,3,4; Monitor 4; Leaden 
Corps 3; Student Hostess 3,4. 
LINDA BRESSETTE - Smoke 
Signal 3,4; Monitor - 
Crew 1; Art Club I. BRAD 
BUCHHOLZ - Golf Team 1,2, 
3,4. BRUCE BUCKLAND. 
CRAIG BURDICK. K 
BUTLER - Gymnastics 2. 
JOHN BYRNE - Swim Team 
1,2.3,4: Monitor 4: jr. t Sr. 
Class Activity Comm. 
JEANNE CALVERT (Kat> - 
Swim Team Z. - .cho 

Team 2,3: Leaders Corps 3.4. 
LAURIE CAMERON - Student 
Council 1,2; Leaders Corps 3, 
4; Syncho Team 1,1 - 
Team 1,2 : 4 -Co-C 
THERESA E. CAMPION (Ter- 
ri)- F.T.A. 4. LOUISE CAN- 
DAG E - Technical Thea 

Vrt Club 1; Rec Swim 1. 
PAV.ZLA CAREW (Pam 1 - 
Team 2,3,4; Tennis Team 3, 
4; Student Hostess 3,4; Smoke 
Signal I; C 

DAVID CARMAN (Dave) - 
Track 2.3,4: Football 
Soccer 4; Spring P! a 
Schools Match Wits 4. DAVID 
M. CARPENTER - Soccer 1, 
2.3,4: Leaders Corps 3: 
Smoke Signal 4 - edi - . . 
Spring Play 3; Hoc.-, 
nis 1,2,3.4; Lab .Assistant 3; 
Intramurals 3,4. DAVID R. 
CASEY. ROBERT WILLIAM 
CHAMBERS (Bob). 



DAVID M. CARPENTER DAVID R. CASEY 



ROBERT WILLIAM 
CHAMBERS 



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STEPHEN R. CHAMBERS ADOLFO ANTONIO 

CHANDECK 




STEVEN CHLASTAWA SUSAN HELEN COLBURN JAY COLLETTE 




KENNETH CONDON KAREN CONGDON 



JOHN COOLIDGE 



CHRISTINE COOPER 



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CORRINA CORRIVEAU JAMES CORTHELL 




STEPHEN R. CHAMBERS 
(Steve). ADOLFO .•-.■ 
CHANDECK - Soccer 1,2,3, 
4; Mathleles 4; Track 1,2 
4. ELLEN CHECWLE. 
STEVEN CHLASTAWA - Or- 
chestra 3; Band 3,4; Talent 
Show 3.4; Folk Festival 
g Band 3,4. JAMES 
COBURN. SUSAN HEL 
COLBURN (Sue) - Field Hock- 
ey 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2 
Team 3,4; Tennis Tear 
Student Hostess 3,4; Fal. 
Jr. G Sr. Class Act: 
Comm. JAV COLLET: 
KENNETH CONDON - Swim 
Team 1,2,3; Moni: 
KAREN C - PAY AS 

4. One-Act Plays 3.4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Choi . 
S g Band Sh.- 
COOLIDCE. CHRISTINE 
COOPER - Swim Team I; 
Library Aide 3. SUZAN1 
COOPER. KRISTIN CCRBETT 

- Student I 

nic.il Theater : ; PAVAS 
CORRINA CORRIVEAU. 
IAMES CORTHELL (Jim). 
RAYMOND COURTNEY. 
CANDY COUTURK - 
nasties 1. .MARK COW LES 

- Football : . 2 . 4 



RAYMOND COURTNEY 



CANDY COUTURE 



MARK COW LES 



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y »Xw«j>> B *> oc 




PAUL CUNNINGHAM 



JOHN CUTTING 



PHYLLIS KATHLEEN CYR DEBORAH DALTON 





DEBORAH DAY 



JOANNE DELANEY 



RICHARD DENNIS 




> 




DAVID DERAGON 



JOHN DIETRICH 



NICKI DIVIDA 




PAUL CUNNINGHAM - Mon- 
itor 4; Spring Play 3. CHERYL 
CUSHINC. JOHN CUTT: 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Monitor 4; 
Swim Team 2, 3,4. PHYLLIS 
KATHLEEN CYR - Swim 
Team 2, 3,4 - Co-Car 
Syncho Team 2,3,4; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Leaders Corps 3; 
Jr. G Sr. Class Act: 
Comm. DEBORAH DALT 
DEBORAH DAY. JOANNE DE- 
LANEY (Jo) - Student Hostess 
4; Jr. Class Activity Comm. 
RICHARD DENNIS. DAVID 
DERAGON. JOHN DIETRICH 
- Track 1. NICKI DIVIDA 
(Nick) - PAVAS -Act 

Plays 2,3,4: Spring Pla - 
Swing Band She r.itor 

4; Boys' Cheerleading 4. 
DONNA DCDSON. DENNIS 
DONNELLY. ROBERT DOR- 
EY. WAYNE DOUILLARD. 
ELLEN DCU'D. DONNA ANN 
DRAGON - Gvrr.r.astiC; 
Talent Show 3,4; PAVA 
One-Act Play 4; Christmas 
Play 3,4; Spring Play 3, - 
Swing Band Sho-.v 3,4. 



WAYNE DOUILLARD 



ELLEN DOWD 



DONNA ANN DRAGON 



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CARLEEN DUNN RICHARD DUNN SCOTT EASTON H. WILLIAM ELDRIDGE 




SUSAN EVANS DIANE FARRELL LARRY FAUDREE JENNIE FAY 




TERESA FERRARA SUSAN CAROL FERRIER NADINE FRANCES FEY BARBARA FISH 



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LYNNE FLORIAN 



DIANE FONTAINE 



MICHAEL FORM 




CARLEEN DUNN (Car) - 
Leaders Corps, Softball, Bas- 
ketball. JOSEPH DV 
RJCHARD DUNN. SCOTT 
EASTON- Track 1,2,3 
Swim Team 1,2,3; Football 
4; Monitor 4. H. WILL! 
ELD RIDGE (Bill) - Football 2, 
3; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Leaders Corps 4. 
SUSA 5 - Basketball 

1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Leaders 
Corps 4. JEANNIE FARNS- 
WORTH. DLANE FARRELL. 
LARRY FAUDREE - entered 
Fall 1971; Football 3. JENNIE 
FAY - Schools Match V.its 1 , 
2, 3,4: Smoke Signal ! , 2. 3,4 

- editor; Mathletes 4: Chess 
Club 3; Library Aide 1; Quill 
and Scroll 3,4; PAY AS 
One- Act Plays 2,3,4: Cho- 
ralyres 1,2,3,4: Christinas 
Plays 2, 3: Orchestra 3. 4 
Spring Plays 2. 3.4: Swing 
Band Show 2, 3,4: FoLk Fes- 
tival 2, 3, 4: Emeralds 1 . 1 : 
Western District Chorus 

All- State Chorus 3; All- East- 
em Chorus 4. TERESA FER- 
RARA (Terry) - Library .Aide 
2, Technical Thea'. 
Monitor 4. SUSAN CAROL 
FERR1ER (Sue) - Student 
Council 3,4 - Sec. : Student 
Hostess 3,4; Christmas Plays 
1,3; Tennis Team 3,4; Swing 
Band Show 1; Monitor 4; 
Spring Plav 2: Rec Swim 1. 
NADINE FRANCES FEY - 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4 - Co-dpr. : 
Jr. Choralvres 1; F.T.. 
BARBARA FISH (Barb). LYNNE 
FLORIAN. DIANE FONTAD 

- Library .Aide 2, 3: Monitor 

4. MICHAEL FORNI: BARBARA 
FORS.MAN. NLA RCA RET FOS- 
TER. MEREDITH FOSTER - 
Jr. Choralvres 1, Folk Fest 
3,4: Drill Tea:- i 
posium 3. 



BARBARA FORSMAN MARGARET FOSTER 



MEREDITH FOSTER 



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AUTUMN FOWLER EILEEN FRANCISCO 



PATRICIA FURGAL 



ROBERT GALLANT 




at--' ^^^>>*&'9^~^y^ f <^J0B&e* 



DAIVA GARBUS 





DEBRA JEAN GARCIA 




ROBERT GEORGE 



MICHAEL GIBBS 



RICHARD GIBEAU 




LEE GIBSON 




PAUL GIBSON DEBORAH GILBERT 

■ ■ 



SCOTT GILES 



PETER GILLIS 




AUTUMN FOWLER - Enured 
Fall 1971, Library Aid 
EILEEN FRANCISCO. 
PATRICIA FURGAL - Softball 
1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2," 
Art Club 1,2. ROBERT GAL- 
LANT (Bob)- Soccer 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2. 
DAIVA GARBUS - Smoke 
nal 3,4 - editor; Mathlete 
Drill Team 3; Senior Ensem- 
ble 4; Swing Band Show 2; 
Quill and Scroll 4. DEBRA 
JEAN GARCLA - Choralyies 
1.2,3,4; PAVAS 3,4; Drill 
Team 3,4; Smoke Signal 3, 
4; Falcon 4; Student Hostess 
4; Library Aide 1; Christinas 
Play 1 ; Senior Ensemble 
Western District Chorus 2, 3, 
4; All- State Chorus 3; .All- 
Eastern Chorus 4. ROBERT 
GEORGE. MICHAEL GIBBS 
(Mike)- Basketball 1,2. 
Football 1. RICHARD GIB- 
BEAU. LEE GIBSON - Golf 
Team 1,2,3,4. Swim Team 
1,2,3,4; Monitor 4. PAUL 
GIBSON - Gymnastics 4. 
DEBORAH GILBERT - 
(Debbie) - Technical The- 
ater 1,2; F. T. A. 1. SCOTT 
GILES. PETER GILLIS - Swim 
Team 3,4; Falcon 4, Leaders 
Corps 4; Pep Club 4. JC 
GONYEA. PAUL GOODRICH. 
JULIA GORECKI. CATHERINE 
GRAY. 



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DENNIS GRECO 



MONICA GREENE 



ROGER GREENE KENNETH GRIMSHAW 




GREG GRINDLE 



TOM GROVES 



DIANE GUILMAIN 



JOANNE GUINIS 




RICHARD GULLUNI MARYANNE HAGGERTY SUSAN HARLOW 



BETH HARRINGTON 



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BONNIE HARRISON 



DEBORAH HASTIE 



JOANN HATCH 




KRIS HATCHER 



JOHN HEBERT 



HEIKE HEISE 




DENNIS GRECO (Crec) - Fooc- 
baU 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3, 
4; Baseball 4; Ski Team 4 
Pep Club 4. MONICA GREJ 
(Nicki) - Entered Fall 1972, 
Falcon 4. ROGER GREF- 
KENNETHGRIMSHAW. GREG 
GRINDLE (Grog) - Entered 
Fall 1972. TOM GROVES. 
DIANE CUILMAIN (Chow) - 
Field Hockey 1; Softball 1; 
Technical Theater 1,2. 
JOANNE GUINIS. RICHARD 
GULLUNI (Rich) - Entered 
Fall 1972, Chess Club 4 
MARYANNE HAGGERTY. 
ELIZABETH HAMNER (Beth) - 
Ski Team 2,3,4; Tennis 
Team 2, 3,4. SUSAN HAR- 
LOW (Sue). BETH HARRING- 
TON - Drill Team 3,4; Ten- 
nis Team 3,4; Student Hostess 
4; Smoke Signal 3,4: Monitor 
4; Spring Plav 4; Christmas 
Play 3. BONNIE HARRISON - 
Field Hockev I - • Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Softball 1,2.3,4 
Student Hostess 3,4; Leaders 
Corps 3; Monitor 4. DEBORAH 
HASTIE (Debbie)- Drill 
Team 3,4; Monitor 4; Smoke 
Signal 4; Student Hostess 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4. JOANN 
HATCH - Student Council 3. 
4-Treas. ; Student Hostess 4; 
Library Aide 2,3; Monitor 4 
Drill Team 4; Tennis Team 
3,4: Rec Swim 1. KRIS 
HATCHER. JOANNE 
HAYNES. JOHN HEBERT. 
GARRY HEINEY - Entered 
Fall 1971, Student Council 
4 - Pres. HEIKE HEISE. 



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KERRY HIGGINS DIANNE HINCH MARGARET HINKLEY LYNN HOLDEN 

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VALERIE HORTON 



DEBORAH HOUSE 



BRADLEY T. HUGHES MARY JANE HUGHES 



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JONI IELLAMO 



NANCY ANN INGRAHAM ELLEN KAY INKELLIS 




KERRY H1CCINS - Choral - 
yres J, 2,3,4; Spring Ha 
One-Act Play 4; PA 

- Treas. , Smoke Sign* 
Leaden Corps 4; Softball 2, 
Folk Festival 3: Artj Sympo- 
sium 3,4; Christmas Pli 
Western District Chorus 2, 3, 
4; All-State Chorus 3,4; All- 
Eastern Chorus 4. DIAV 
HINCH - Falcon 3,4 - editor; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Student 
Hostess 3,4: Guidance Aide 
2,3; Pep Club 4; Monit: 
MARGARET HINKLEY 
(Peggy) - Field Hockey 2; 
Monitor 4. Student Hostess 3, 
4j Jr. Counselors Club 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Open Campos 
Con LBC 4. L": 
HOLDEN. VALERIE HOR: 

- Entered Fall 1970; Li- 
Aide 2, Office Aide 3, Stu- 
dent Hostess 4; Monitc 
Leaders Corps 4; Study Hall 
Comm. 4. DEBORAH HOUSE 

- Drill Team 3,4; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Falcon 3; Mon- 
itor 4. BRADLEY T. HUGHES 
(Brad) - PAVAS 3.4 - Pres. ; 
Swing Band 2, 5,4; Srring 
Playl; Band 1,2. 1,4 ,RY 
JANE HUGHES - Swim Team 
1,2,4; Syncho Team Z 

JONI IELLAMC. NANCY ANN 
INGRAHAM - Cheerleading 
2,3,4 - Co. Capt. ; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Leaders Corps 3 
4 : Monitoi 4. S. ochc Team 
3,4; Gymnastics 2 ; Jr. - 
Class Activity Comm. ; Open 
Campus Comm. 4. ELI 
KAY INKELLIS - PAYAS 3,4 
Choralvres 1,2,3,4: Srring 
Play 2, One-Act Plays 2,3,4 
Technical Theater 2; Western 
District Chorus 3,4: Emeralds 
-; Swing Band She oik 

Festival 2,4. LINDA MARIE 
ISERNIO - Student Hostess 4. 
DAUD JACEK - Cross Coun- 
try 3,4: Leaden C 
Track 3,4; Hc-cke -rail 

1. LINDA JALBERT (la!:- - 
Basketball 3,4 Se 
Falcon 4; Monitoi 4. : ield 

.'- - :,4: Jr. G Sr. Class 
Activit C 

JANET SUSAN JAMES - 
Smoke S. ;•■ J 3,4 - ed 
Ouill and Scroll 
1,2; Librarv Aide 3; Emeralds 
2j Monitor 4; rfocke) ~ tn- 
ager 4; Christmas Pli 
ALAN JEFFS. KAREN J AYE 
JILSON - Student Hostess 3 4 
Drill Team 3: Swim Tea:- - 
Tennis Tea:-.: 3.4; Falcon 4. 
LINDA JOHNSON. 



JANET SUSAN JAMES KAREN JAYE JILSON 



LINDA JOHNSON 



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TIMOTHY JOHNSON CAROL ANN JOHNSTON RUSSELL G. JONES 



JANET KACZENSKI 




KATHY KEENAN 




TIMOTHY JOK: - hock- 

ey 1,2,3,4. CAROL A: 
JOHNSTON - Technical The- 
ater 3,4; Monitor 4; Library 
Aide 3; Falcon 4. RUSSELL 
G. JONES (Rusty) - Swim 
Team 2, 3,4; Leaders Corps 4; 
Falcon 4; One-Act Plays 2,3; 
Spring Play 3; Tennis Team 
1,2,4; Class Officer 4; Pep 
Club 4; Boys' Cheerleading 4; 
Jr. & Sr. Class Activity 
Comm; Open Campus Comm. 
4. JANET KACZENSKI - 
Cheerleading 1,2,3; Gym- 
nastics 4; Student Hostei. 
Leaders Corps 3,4; Tennis 
Team 3,4; Monitor 4. JOSEPH 
KAKLEY (Joev). THONLAS 
KEENE (Tom). KATHY K 
AN - Entered Fall 1971; 
Smoke Signal 3,4 - editor; 
Pep Club 4; Monitor 4. 
JEFFREY S. KERN - Sc. 
1,2; Track 3; Baseball 1. 
DARLENE KIBBE. 
CHRISTOPHER KING (Chris) 
- Swim Team 3,4; Monitor 
4. EDWARD KING [Ed\ - 
Track 1,2,3,4. RICHA.RD 
KING (Rick) - Football 1, 
2,3; Hockey 2,3,4 - Co. 
Capt. ; Falcon 3,4 - editcr- 
in-chief; Basketball 1; Re- 
gional School Comm. 3.4. 
TOHN KNADLER - Sec. : 
1,2,3,4. DONNA KNIGHT. 



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ROBERTA KOLBUSZ BARBARA KURTYCZ MARK LA FRENIERE ATHENA MARIE LAMBERT 




RALPH WILLIAM LARRO PATRICIA LASONDE DONNA ANNE LAVELLE ROBERT LEAHY 




LINDA JEAN LEARD CLIFFORD LEAVENWORTH MARK LEGER DIANE ROBERTA LEISE 



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MARY ELIZABETH LOKEY RAYMOND LONG ELIZABETH LOVELAXD 




ROBERTA KOLBUSZ - Stu- 
dent Hostess 3,4. JA." 

(Janny) - 
Team 2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil 3,4; Swing Band Shew I; 
Christmas Play 2. BARBARA 
KURTYCZ - Art Club 1; 
Basketball 3; Monitor 4. 
CHARLES LADD (Charlie). 
MARK LaFRENIERE - Ski 
Team 2. ATH ?JE 

LAMBERT (Tina) - Syncho 
Team 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 
3,4; Student Hostess 3 
Student Council 3,4; Lead- 
ers Corps 4: PAVAS - 
Band Show 1; Regional 
School Comm. 3.4. RALPH 
WILLIAM LARRO - Football 
2; Falcon 2; Hockey 4. 
PATRICIA LA SONDE - Swim 
Team 1,2,3,4; Syncho Team 
1,2,3,4; Spring Pla " 
Christmas Play 3; PAVAS ~: 
Leaders Corps 4; Swing Band 
Show 1. DONNA ANN LA- 
VELLE - Falcon 3,4 - editor; 
Student Hostess 3.4; Swim 
Team Manager 4; Guidance 
Aide 3; Open Campus Comm. 
3,4; Art Club 1,2; Monitor 
4; Jr. C- Sr. Class Ac ti. . 
Comm. ; LBC 4. ROBERT 
LEAHY (Bob). LINDA IEAN 
LEARD - Library Aide 
Monitor 4; Hockev Manager 
4. CLIFFORD LEAVEN- 
WORTH. MARK LEGER. 
DIANE ROBERTA LEISE. 
MARY ELIZABETH LOKEY - 
Choralyres 2, 3,4; PAY.AS 
3.4; - Vice Pres. ; Mathletes 
4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Falcon 
2: Swing Band Show 3; One- 
Act Play 1; Spring Plav 2; Or- 
chestra 3; Senior Ensemble 4. 
RAYMOND LONG (Easy) - 
Football 1,2.3,4 - Co. - 
Capt. ; Basketball 1 . 2 . ? . 4 
Baseball 1,2; Track 4. 
ELIZABETH LCYELAND (Liz) 
- Band 1,2,3.4; One-Ac: 
Plays 1,2,3: Spring Play 
2,4; Christmas PI a- 
Swing Band Show 1 : Tennis 
Team 3,4; Monitor 4. 
JAMES A. LUNDY - Foot- 
ball 1,3,4; Basketball 1; 
Leaders Corps 3: Student 
Council 1. IOHN L. MAG- 
ARI.AN - Soccer 1.2.3: S 
Swim Team 1,2; Baseball 
1; Leaders Corps ?; Student 
Council 1. NLARK NLARANC. 



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ERWIN MARKHAM CHADLYNNE MARTINEZ 




KIMBERLY MASKELL JAMES MASSIDDA DIANE MARIE MATTHEWS ANTHONY MAURER 




JEFFREY MAXWELL 



ROY McGUILL 



JEFFREY MELIKIAN JUDITH MELVILLE 



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LINDA MERRILL 



LINDA METAYER 



PAMELA MORSE 




LYDIA MOSIG 



GERALD MOSON WILLIAM I. MUNZERT 




ERWIN MARKHA 
CHADLV.-. ARTINEZ 

(Chad)- Entered Fall IS 
PAVAS4; Talent She. 
Choralyres 3,4; Spring Play 
3; One-Act Play 4; Swing 
Band Show 3 . Senior Ensem- 
ble 4. K1MBERLY MASKELL 
(Kim)- Band 1,2. 
Student Hostess 3,4; Student 
Council 1,4; Monitor 4; 
Gymnastics Managei 
Leaders Corps 4; PAVAS 4. 
JAMES MASSIDDA - Football 
1,2,3,4; Tennis Team 1,2,4; 
Technical Theater 1; Folk 
Festival 4. Dl RIE 

MATTHEWS - Student Hos- 
tess 3,4; Monitor 4; Jr. C Sr. 
Class Activity Comm: LBC 
4. ANTHONY MAURER 
(Tony). JEFFREY MAXWELL 
(Max) - Band 1,2,3 
Mathletes 4; ROY McGUILL 
- Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1.2.3.4. Soc< 
Track 4; Leaders Corps 3. 
JEFFREY MELIKIAN - Foot- 
ball 1; Gymnastic i 
JUDITH MELVILLE (Judy) - 
Sr. Class Activity Comm. 
LINDA MERRILL - Student 
Council 3,4; Syncho Team 
3; Red Cross Club 1. 
STEPHEN MERRILL. LINDA 
METAYER. PAMELA MORSE. 
LYDIA MOSIG - Ski Team 3; 
Field Hockey 2. Softball 2 
GERALD MOSOI 
MUKAI. WILLIAM J. MUN- 
ZERT - Gymnastics 
THOMAS MURPHY (Murf 
the Surf) - Football 
Hockev 1,2.3; Leaders 
Corps 3,4; Tennis T< 
BRIAN NAUMAN - Sot 
1,2, 3; G 
Track 1.2. LYNN I 



THOMAS MURPHY 



BRIAN NAUMAN 



LYNNE NELSON 



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JEFFREY NOWELL 




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LORRAINE O'HARA 




CARLENE OKULA 



LAURA W. OLMSTEAD CAROL ANN OPALINSKI 





ROBERT NIESKE - Band 1,2, 

Swing Band 2,3. 
PATRICLA ANN NCDELL 
(Noodle) - Student Council 
3,4; Leaden Corps 3,4; Mon- 
itor 4; Student Hostes; - 
Falcon 4; Jr. C Sr. Class Ac- 
tivity Comm. ; LBC 4. 
DENISE NORMANDEAU - 
Entered Fall 1971; Falcon 4; 
Student Hostess 4; Pep Club 
4; Monitor 4. CINDY I 
VAK. JEFFREY NOWELL 
(Jeff) - Tennis Team 1,2, 
3,4; Hockey 1. PAUL! 
KATHRYN OBRZUT (Polly), 
STANLEY OBRZUT (Stosh) - 
Hockey 3; Track 3; Monitor 
4. DAVID OFFICER. 
LORRAINE O'HARA (Lome) 

- Syncho Team 1,2 
Cheerleading 1,2. 
CARLENE OKULA - One- 
Plays 3,4; Smoke Signal 

- editor: PAYAS 4: Lib: 
Aide 3: Technical Theater 3; 
Jr. Choralyres 1 ; Swing Band 
Show 1: Spring Play 3; Rec 
Swim 1. LAUR 

STEAD - Student Council 
1,2,4; Student Hostess ? 1 
Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Jr. G 
Sr. Class m. 

CAROL ANN CPAUNSKI 
(Opal) - Student Hostes; 
Leaders Corps 4; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 4; Monitor 4 
THONLAS OUIMET - 
nasties 1,2,3 A ARIE 
PADULA - Field Ho . 
Basketball 3,4: Student 
Hostess 3,4; Softball 1. 
NICHOLAS PANASIAN - 
Band 1,2, 3,4 J . s 
Swing Barv; 4 



THOMAS OUIMET 



MARIE PADULA 



NICHOLAS PANASIAN 



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JOANNE ELIZABETH 
PAPPAS 



HOLLY LYNN PARKER 



DEBRA PARKS 



PRISCILLA PATRIC 




CHERYL PATRUNO RICHARD PATULLO 



PAULINE PEDULA 



WENDY PEREIRA 





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RICARDO PEREZ LINDA E. PERMAN JEFFREY POLLARD DENISE POME ROY 



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UZABETH PAPPAS 
(Jo) - Cheerleading 2, 
Sr. Prom Comm. 4; Monitor 
4; Student Hostess 3,4; LBC 
4. HOLLY LYNN PARKER - 
Technical Theater 2, - 
Choralyres 3,4; Emeral 
Folk Festival 3,4; Swing 
Band Show 4; Spring PJi 
One-Act Play 4; F 
DEBRA PARKS (Debbie ).- 
PRISCILLA PATRIC. CHERYL 
PATRUNO - Drill Team 3, 
Tennis Team 3,4; Monitc • 
Falcon 3; Student Hostess 4. 
RICHARD PATULLO (Dick) 

- Technical Theater 1 . C 
One-Act Plavs 1,2; LB J 
Model Rocket Club 1,2 
PAULINE PEDULA - J.Y. 
Cheerleading 3; Softball 2. 
WENDY PEREIRA. R1CARDO 
PEREZ - Football 1,2,3, 

Co. Capt. ; Ski Team 2 . 
Leaders Corps 3; Student 
Council 1,2: Class Officer 
1,2; Swing Band Shov. 
Baseball 1. LINDA E. PER- 
MAN - One-Act PI.. 
Student Hostess 4; Jr. G Sr. 
Class Activitv Comm. 
JEFFREY POLLARD. DENISE 
POME ROY. JOHN PC 
(Jack) - Football I 

- Co. -Capt. ; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1,2,3.4. DEBBIE 
POWELL. TOM PCWIS - 
Football 1 . 2 . ? . 4 : Baseball 
1,3,4. KAREN PUTN.-V - 
Student Hostess 3.4. DCREIN 
RAE (DeDe) - 

1,2; Greenhouse 1 . 2 . : 
Red Cross Club 1 ; Beautifi- 
cation Comm. 4. WAYNE 
RANSIER - Tennis Tear-. 
I . - . ; . 4: Swing E.-. 
RONALD RAUSCHER (Ron) 

- Basketbill 1.2.5.4: 
Baseball 2 ,-otball 1. 



RONALD RAUSCHER 



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FRANCES REDDINGTON DONNA RICHARD 




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FRANK RICKUS 



KENNETH RIGGS 



GAIL ROAN DAVID WILLIAM ROBERTS 



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CYNTHIA ROBERTSON 



ELWIN ROBISON 



KARL ROTH 





SUSAN ROVELLI 



RICHARD ROWE 



SUSAN RUSSELL 




DEBRA RAWLS. JCHN RE- 
ALL - Model Rocket dab 
1,2; Swing Band Show 1,2. 

:es red: 

(Fran) - Leaders Corps 
Choralyres 1,2,3,4; V-oni- 
tor 4; Senior Ensemble - 
Smoke Signal 4; One .'- 
Plays 1; Softball 2. 
ior Activity Comm 4. Sopho- 
more Ensemble 2. 
REED. DONNA RICHARD - 
Student Council 1,2; Class 
Officer 2. QUENTTN R: I 
TER (Rick) - Cross Cam 
1; Track l;Fc: 
FRA.NK RICKUS. K 
RIC-GS - Band 2,3,4; Spring 
chestra 1,2; Swing 
Band 3; Folk Festi-. i 
PATRICIA RIVES - rAYAS 
4; ChoralyTes 4; Swing Band 
Show 1;J.V. Cheerlea- 
1 ; Folk Festival 1,2,3,4 
Christmas Play 3. GAIL 
RCAN - Student Hoste-- - 
Monitor 4; Ct: 

Gymnastics 1; Leaders Corps 
4. DA\TD WILLLAM ROB- 
ERTS (Dave) - Trac- : . Z . 
5.4: Football 1: Intra murals 
3. CYXTHLA ROBERTS .; 
Student Hostess 3,4 
Team 3. ELWIN ROBISCN - 
Cross C our.— . 1,2,3 - - 
Cc. - Car:. . Track 1,2 I - 
KARL ROTH. SUSAN RO - 
ELLI. RI CHART ; Z '. - 
Football I . - . 5 . G) rnnastics 
1; Track 2,3. SUSAN RUS- 
SPI-. DEBORAH A. SA : 
SKI - Smote Signal 3.- - 
editor; Ouill £- So:... ; - 
PAVAS 4: One-Act Pli 
Spring Pli Z Z U SAMRA. 
GARY SANTAN1ELLC 



DEBORAH A. SAKOWSKI 



BALI SAMRA 



GARY SAXTAXIELLO 



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PAULA SATTLER 



SUSAN SCHENK MARY CATHERINE SCHNEPP DAVID SCOTT 




KEVIN SEERY 



JUDITH SEYMOUR RONALD SHEPARD 



CHERYL SHIELDS 





TED SIDOR 



CHRISTOPHER J. SIGLER DONALD SILVA 




MALCOLM K. SKIPTON, III CYNTHIA SMITH 



KATHLEEN E. SMITH 




PAULA SATTLER - Student 
Council 3,4; PAVAS 3,4 
Syncho Team 3; Gymnastics 
1,2,3,4; Choralyr. 
Spring Play 2, One-Act Play 
3; Talent Show 1; Senior 
Ensemble 4. SUSAN SCHENK 

- One- Act Plays 1,2, '. 
Choralyres 1,2, 3,4; Band 
1,2,4; Smoke Signal 3; 
PAVAS 3,4; Technical The- 
ater 1,2; Spring Play 2,3; 
Orchestra 3; Swing Band 
Show 1,2,3; Emeralds 2,3; 
Folk Festival 1,2,3,4; 
Christmas Play 1,2,3: Tal- 
ent Show 3,4; Western Dis- 
trict Chorus 3,4; Senior 
Ensemble 4. MARY 
CATHERINE SCHNEPP 
(Schnepper) - Student Hos- 
tess 4; Jr. E Sr. Class Ac- 
tivity Comm; Open Campus 
Comm. 4; Rec Swim 1. 
DAVID SCOTT (Dave) - 
Swim Team 1,2; Ski Team 
3,4; Monitor 4. KEVIN 
SEERY. JUDITH SEYMOUR. 
RONALD SHEPARD (Ron) - 
Hockey 3,4; CHERYL 
SHIELDS. DAVLD SHORT 

- Soccer 3. TED SIDOR - 
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hocke 
Leaders Corps 3,4. 
CHRISTOPHER J. SIGLER 
(Chris) - Swim Team 2, 
Jr. G Sr. Class Activity 
Comm. ; Monitor 4; LBC 4. 
DONALD SILVA. N 

K. SKIPTCN. Ill - Band 1,2, 
3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Swing 
Band Show 2,3; Baseball 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra I 
CHARLES SMITH (Chuck) - 
Swim Team 1,2,3,4. 
CYNTHL\ SMITH (Cine. - 
Syncho Team 2 . ?. A _~vm- 
nastics 2,3,4; KATHLE 
E. SMITH (Kathy) - Syncho 
Team 2; Gymnastics 1. 
KATHLEEN LYDLA SMITH 
(Kathv) - Band 1,2. 
PAVAS 4; Monitor 4; Chess 
Team 2,3; Lab Assistant 
Ski Club 1; Swir.c Bar.c" 4 
MARK SMITH. THEODORE 
M. SMITH (Ted) - Leaders 
Coips 3,4. JOHN SNOW". 



KATHLEEN LYDIA SMITH THEODORE M. SMITH 



JOHN SNOW 



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BRENDA SOUCIE 



DEBRA SPENCER 



PEGGY SPINN 



RICHARD JOSEPH SPITERI 







DEBORAH STEBBINS 




ELAINE STRUZZIERO GREGORY SULHAM 



THOMAS SUPPLY 




LEONARD SURDYKA SUSAN DIANE SWERYDA RAYMOND TAFT 




BRENDA SOUCIE - Swing 
Band Show 1. DEBRA S? 
CER (Deb) - Student Honest 
4; Drill Team 4; Monitor 4: 
Falcon 4; Pep Club 4 
SPINN - Band 1,2, 
PAY AS 3,4: Sr.-in:: Pit 1 

: .- :-:ard 

JOSEPH SPITERI (Rich) - 
Leaders Cons 4; Monitor 4. 
ROBERT SPITERI - Football 
2; Golf Team 

SPRINGER. DS : ~Ii- 

BLNS (Stebs). REV. 
(Stony). ELAINE STRUZ- 
ZIERO (Straz) - ChoralvTes 
:.:.?. 4 Orchesti 1 
PAY.-. - -den: Hostess 

- Technical Theater 2 ; 
Spring Plav 2 : Swim Te - 
: " t~. Ter_r-is Tei:- I 
Red Cross Club 1 ; Swing 
Band Show 2, 3 m is 

Play 1,3; Sophomore En- 
semble 2 : '.'• este — 
Ch-r_i ? Western r>.5".r 
Ctcr.estri 2.? Server En- 
semble 4. GREGORY SUL- 

:-:\:.:. thcmas supply. 

::CNARD SURDYKA (Len) 
- Ski ieam 3: Tennis Tejrr. 
3. SUSAN DL\NE i 
(Squirb) - Banc I I : - 
St^Crew Z. 
TAFT - CfOSS Couftr] I 
Track 1. CR.MG B. TAY- 
LOR (Snail) - Football 1; 
Mcrutc: 4. NANCY III 
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CRAIG B. TAYLOR 



NANCY LEE THAYER 



JOHN THOMAS 



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MARK THRASHER 



DEBRA LYNNE TOBIAS JILL A. TREVALLION 



LAURY LYNN TRIPP 




MARY ELIZABETH TWINING 




MICHAEL VANCE RICHARD VANDERSCOFF RALPH VARTANIAN 





IAN WARHAFTIG 



GARY WARNER 



GREGORY WARNER 





MARK THRASHER. DEBRA 

£ TOBIAS - Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Softball 
3,4; Basketball 3,4; Ski 
Club 2,3,4; Student Hostess 
3,4; Intramural* 1. JILL A. 
TREYALLION (Juana) - Stu- 
dent Council 1,2,3,4; Class 
Officer 1,2,3,4; Student 
Hostess 3,4; Jr. C- Sr. Class 
Activity Comm. -. Swim 
Team 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2; Open Campus Comm. 
3,4; Monitor 4; Softball 1,2; 
LBC 4. LAURY LYNN 
TRIPP - Monitor 4. ALAN 
TUPPER - Track 1,2,3.4 
Football 1,4; Red Cross 
Club 1; Cross Country 2. 
MARY ELIZABETH TWIN- 
ING (Cheeks) - Student 
Hostess 3,4; Falcon 3; Field 
Hockey 3,4; Basketball 
Jr. G Sr. Class Activity 
Comm. ; Open Campus 
Comm. 3,4; LBC 4. 
MICHAEL VANCE (Mike) 

- Hockey 2; Monitor 4; 
Chess Club 1 ; Intramurals 
3,4. RICHARD VANDER- 
SCOFF. RALPH VARTAN- 
IAN - Basketball 1,2,3, 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 

1. IAN WARHAFTIG. GARY 
WARNER. GREGORY WAR- 
NER. SANDRA WATERMAN 

- Student Hostess 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4: Monitor 4. 
JOYCE WAWR2YK - Tech- 
nical Theater 1. TIMOTHY 
WELSH. 



SANDRA WATERMAN 



JOYCE WAWRZYK 



TIMOTHY WELSH 



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BETH HANMER 



JANET KOWYNIA DIANNE WENDER 




"Experience is the only school 



From which no one ever graduate^" 




JACQUELYN WIENCEK DEBRA WILLIAMS 



PETER WILSON 




DIANNE WENDER - Ski Club 
1.2.3,4; Band 1.2,3; Spring 
Play 2; Student Hostess : 
Christmas Play 3; Intramur- 
als 1. FREDERICK WHITE 
(Rick) - Basketball 1. 2. : 
Golf 1,2,3,4: Football 1.2; 
Folk Festival 4. CARCL 
WICKETT. JACQUELINE 
WIENCEK. DEBRA WIL- 
LIAMS - Student Hostess 4: 
Leaders Corps 4. PETER 
WILSON (Wolf) - Soccer 2, 
3; Monitor 4; Intrarnurals 3, 
4; JANIS WRIGHT - Student 
Hostess 3,4; Leaders Corps 
4: Christmas Play 3: Arts 
Symposium 3; Monitor 4. 
RICHARD YECM.ANS (Tur- 
tle). ROSE ZEC. ANNETTE 
ZIMMER - Band 1,2,3.4: 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Falcon 
3,4; Spring Play 2; Lib: 
Aide 1, 2; Student Hostess 3, 
4; FTA 1,2,3; MICHAEL 
ZIMMERMAN - Football 1. 
:.?,4; Track 2,3,4. DAN"! 
ZULU. 



ANNETTE ZIMMER MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN DANIEL ZULLI 



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Prettiest Girl - Vicky Bandoski 



Class Dramatists - Nick Divida and Sue Schenk 




Did Most for the Class - 
Rick King and Jill 
Trevallion 



Best Dressed - Tina Lambert and Bob George 




Class Couple - Rich Rowe and Judy Seymour 



Most Artistic - Janny Kowynia and Chuck Smith 




Most Spirited - Nancy Ingraham, Rustv 
Jones and Pa*. 



Class Flirts - Ricardo Perez a inne 

Haggem 
Class Musicians - Jei .ind Bob Nieske 

Most Athletic - lack Post and Sue Evans 
Class Clowns - Rus: ind ?.;: Nodell 

Class Einsteins - John Mukai and Jenr. 
Nicest Smile - Joanne Parris 

McGuill 
Most Likely to Succeed - Rick King and 

Jenny F.i\ 
Nicest Hair - Sue Boduch and To: - G o 
Best Figure - \"icky Bandos 
Best Physique - Ralph Vartanian 






In Memory Of: 



MINE 

Why must it be 
That they always tell me 
The sky is the limit? 

And why must it be 
I must pay the fee 
For things that 
Are rightfully mine? 

And why must it be 
I must constantly flee 
For all durtion 
Of time? 

David Todd Mold, 73 




THOUGHT 



If I could change anything in the world I 
would change people. I think people are the 
key to just about all the problems in one way 
or another. With some people there is hate 
because of the love in someone else. I'm not 
saying "Love, Love, Love, - I'm just saying 
that things could be much better if feelings 
were mutual among all people. If people 
would just support each other, there wouldn't 
be so many hassels. I know that this will 
probably never come true, but sometimes I 
think how much better it would be if it did. 



David Todd Mold, 73 



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What's P.A.V.A.S.? Them? 




P.A.V.A.S.: BOTTOM ROW: N. Divida, H. Parker, J. Fay-secretary, C. Martinez, K. Hi sgin*- treas- 
urer, D. Garcia, K. Barker. SECOND ROW: C. Okula, D. Hoerle, P. Spinn, K. Congd: 
THIRD ROW: K. Riggs, D. Killam (behind picture), B. Hughes-president, Dr. Killam-advisor. 
K. Corbett, E. Inkellis, M. Lokey-vice-president, R. Nieske, A. Lambert, D. Sakowski, 
Maskell, G. Heiney, L. Baldridge, D. Dragon, P. Rives, J. Snov. immarelli, A. Talbc 

Partridge. R. Bonsall, R. Miller, J. Valentine, S. Cosby. 



It's the Performing and Visual 
Arts Society. 




"He profits most 
who serves best" 



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SENIORS: BOTTOM ROW: E. Francisco, M. Haggerty, B. Harrington, P. Carew, D. Spen- 
cer, D. Hastings, L. Nelson. SECOND ROW: V. Brehaut, J. Delaney, S. Colburn, P. Cyr, 
D. Garcia, D. Garbus, J. Kaczenski, C. Patruno. THIRD ROW: K. Maskell, J. Audette, 
D. Normandeau, D. Houser, L. Baldridge, T. Lambert. TOP ROW: L. Isernio, J. Wright, 
C. Opalinski, L. Olmstead, J. Pappas, J. Trevallion, P. Nodell, N. Ingraham, M. Twi- 
ning, C. Robertson, M. Padula, T. Blodgett, J. Hatch, A. Zimmer, D. Wender, V. Hor- 
ton. MISSING: N. Andre, P. Anschutz, M. Ashe, D. Dalton, H. Heise, D. Hinch, L. 
Johnson, R. Kolbusz, D. Matthews, K. Putnam, G. Roan, M. Schnepp, E. Struzziero, D. 
Tobias, S. Waterman, D. Williams, I. Bortolussi, K. Corbett, B. Harrison, M. Hinkley, 
S. Ferrier, D. Lavelle, L. Perman. 



JUNIORS: BOTTOM ROW: N. Zavala, K. Webber, J. Crampton, N. 
Thomson, M. Sheehan, N. Moore, C. Rodrigues, K. Shea. SECOND 
ROW: S. Russell, J. Therrien, M. Scott-Smith, S. Crowley, D. Long, S. 
House, J. Sidleau, J. Hinch, M. Aykanian. TOP ROW: J. Wark, B. Shaw, 
K. Barkar, S. Ciocci, S. Polom, S. Robertson, D. Ballard, B. Boyd, Mrs. 
Sharrard- advisor. MISSING: S. Buchholz, C. Gilbert, M. Grant, L. John- 
son, T. Nascimbeni, K. Owens, M. Willms, D. O'Brien. 



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GUIDANCE AIDES: BOTTOM ROW: S. Knceland, L. Butler, N. Hatch, P. .Murphy, J 
Patric. TOP ROW: L. Rathbonc, E. Crace, S. Pratt, K. St. Dennis, M. Mahavne. 
MISSING: J. Adams, D. Dragon, P. Ledger, S. Rustel, J. Sideleau, D. Sylvia. 




LIBRARY AIDES: BOTTOM ROW: B. Lefebvre, L. Gardell, L. Voss, P. Delgrego, A. 
Hassin, C. Phillips. SECOND ROW: L. Leone, K. Maxwell, D. Grogan, C. Valentine. 
M. Bielitz, D. Leard. TOP ROW: P. McGranaghan, A. Hennegar, A. Vogl, D. Usher, 
A. Piaget, K. Saxe, C. Francis, C. Johnson. MISSING: A. Adamczyk, J. Adams, D. 
Bengston, D. Donovan, D. Faulhaler, D. Fountaine, N. Hatch, P. Leger, L. Nelson, 
P. Packer, C. Poilen. LEFT: Autumn Fowler, clerical assistant. 



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slow to argue." 





STUDENT COUNCIL: BOTTOM ROW: R. Abrahamson, S. House, J. Buchholz, K. Bar- 
ron, R. Macdonald, J. Flynn, P. Delgrego. SECOND ROW: K. Owens, Mr. Trimmer- 
advisor, K. Maskell, P. Anschutz, M. Ashe, D. VonFlatern, J. Balise, J. Hatch. THIRD 
ROW: J. Hinch, C. Heiney, P. Sattler, T. Lambert, G. Heiney, D. Clark, L. Voss, E. 
Robison. TOP ROW: J. Valentine, H. Carmen, D. Begley, P. Vanderwerken. MISSING: 
S. Ferrier, J. Kowynia, L. Olmstead, S. Waterman, M. Mammarelli, M. Meregian, B. 
Bauer. 




OFFICERS: P. Anschutz-vice-president, G. Heiney-president, Sheldon-snake, S. Fer- 
rier-secretary, J. Hatch-treasurer. 




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"I propose we take over the school. " 



'All in favor raise their hands." 




We'll never tell." 



"Tee hee!' 



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Sctenk, I. lakellis, F. Reddington. SECOND ROW: L. Nelson, 
I_ Baldridge, C. Martinez, E. StruzzierOj K. Congdon, P. Sattler, 
I Z^:-i.. rZzz.r.: TC? ?.C~.'.~ I: I-Iills— - ;;-;:: 




'S CHORUS: BOTTOM ROW: J. Williamson, S. Mar- 
d, J. *fukai. SECOND ROW: Dr. KiUam- 
, S. Cosby, E. Turner, R. Xieske. TOP ROW: J. 
-•-■ -'--=.zi.. _ KillsL— , ;. Hijp^i 




Music has charms to soothe the savage beast." 



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CHORALYRES: BOTTOM ROW: M. SaUs, T. Partridge, E. 
Grace, L. Nelson, L. Voss, P. Delgrego, D. Demetrius, J. 
Dow. SECOND ROW: D. Trimble, B. Siano, E. Ross, P. Sat- 
tler, L. Daigneault, H. Parker, J. Burt, S. Polom, D. Clark, 
D. Garcia, J. Ross. THIRD ROW: Dr. Killam-advisor, D. 
Hoerle, S. Buchholz, J. Spinn, M. Bizon, E. Struzziero, P. 



Vandenverken, L. Baldridge, F. Reddington. TOP ROV 
Ackerman, L. Whitehill, A. Greer.. E. Inkellis, A. Talbot, 
J. Fay, B. Finger, S. Paul, K. Congdon, Z. 
Higgins, S. Schenk, M. Lokey, S. Schmu I 

Dv.-yer, B. Foley, P. Rives, M. Whitmeyer. 




FRESHMAN CHORUS: SEATED WITH GUITARS: A. Piaget, B. Schenk. 
BOTTOM ROW: D. Grogan, P. Gadsby, L. Roncarati, C. Phillips, J. Del- 
gTego, R. DeMontigny. TOP ROW: C. Valentine, J. Marion, B. Lefe- 
bvre, C. Struzziero, M. VanAmsterdam, S. Sweetman, K. Saxe. MISS- 
ING: C. Beach, J. Hammond. 





W. Hall, French horn. 



R. Taylor, J. Taylor, String bass. 



C. Desmond, Mr. Hanson- 
Violin 




"Music is harmony, harmony is perfection, perfection 
is our dream, and our dream is heaven." 



E. Phelps, Flute. 






"Music is the universal language of mankind." 





WESTERN DISTRICT: BOTTOM ROW: D. Garcia, E. InkeUU, 
P. Rives, J. Snow. SECOND ROW: L. Baldridge, E. Phelpi, 
J. Fay, L. Loveland, J. Dowe, R. Nieske. TOP ROW: A. Tal- 
bot, C. Whitehall, J. Williamson, K. Higgins, D. Killam. 
MISSING: K. Congdon, S. Schenk, R. Bonsall, B. Foley, D. 
Trimble. 



CONCERT BAND: S. Sweryda, K. Maskell, E. Phelps, S. 
Handel, M. Thodal, L. Fiore, G. Knak, P. Packard, J. 
Dow, E. Loveland, K. Jilson, P. Spinn, S. Carlson, S. 
Schenk, C. Jones, K. Maxwell, S. Ruta, G. Govoni, K. 
Congdon, M. Whitmeyer, N. Panasian, J. Taylor, C. 
Johnson, A. Skipton, B. Hughes, K. Riggs, H. Thrasher, 
D. Hartt, J. Stone, R. Bonsall, M. Skipton, L. White- 
hill, J. Hall, C. Johnson, S. Chlastawa, B. Schenk, S. 
Strohman, B. Pickett, D. Killam, K. Smith, M. Thrash- 
er, R. Gibson, R. Miller, E. Cardetti, E. Ruta, P. Sil- 
va, D. Jachym, J. Normandeau, L. Balogh, R. Nieske, 
D. Bates, M. Getchell, J. Maxwell, D. Sawyer, R. 
Morey, D. Kenney, J. Ross. 



As schools match wits 




"If at first you don't succeed, forget 




CHESS CLUB: BOTTOM ROW: D. Bos- 
worth, M. Williams. SECOND ROW: 
B. Stone, M. Crowley, J. Catlin. TOP 
ROW: R. Gulloni, A. Hicks, R. Hicks, 
Mr. Salk-advisor, G. Ruffo. MISSING: 
J. Whitmeyer, J. Flynn G. Sullivan. 






Technical Theatre 




STAGE CREW: SITTING: S. Buchholz, B. LaFavor. STANDING: 
J. Cote, C. Johston, P. Coombs, E. Hart, J. Spinn. ENTREE: 
S. Ciocci, K. Barker. MISSING: D. Struzziero. 



'Let there be light!' 




"Where were you when the 
lights went out?" 








MONITORS: BOTTOM ROW: L. Leard, D. Hinch, V. Horton, K. Keenan. D. Lavcl- 
le. SECOND ROW: J. James, D. Hastie, D. House, L. Loveland, J. Hatch, J. Kas- 
cinski, C. Patruno. THIRD ROW: J. Cutting, B. Harrington, D. Spencer, C 
mandeau, R. Zeo, J. Audette, S. Ferrier, C. Turner. FOURTH ROW: L. Jalbert 
Ingraham, D. Garbus, C. Smith, K. Jilson, K. Maskell, C. Johnston. TOP ROW: P. 
Nodell, C. Sigler, J. Byrne, F. Reddington. MISSING: B. Asher, N. Ashe, D. Man- 
hews, J. Trevallion, T. Ferrara, R. Vanderscoff, B. Harrison, D. Kibbe, C. Opal- 
inski, D. Scott, L. Tripp, M. Allen, S. Obrzut, R. Allen, S. Waterman, J. Pappas, 
M. Vance, P. Hinckley, S. Easton, G. Roan, L. Gibson, B. Buckland, K. Condon, 
B. Kurtyz, N. Divida, D. Fontaine, C. Taylor, P. Cunningham, L. Bressette, Miss 
Brev/er- advisor. 







"There are millions of Americans who are clever and 
fearless, but the trouble is they are only four years 
old." 





QUILL G SCROLL: BOTTOM ROW: T. Blodgett, K. Keenan, J. Fay, 
D. Garbus, D. Sakowski, C. Okula, Miss Gour-advisor. SECOND 
ROW: S. Buchholz, K. Wahlberg, D. Hinch, K. Webber, M. Mam- 
marelli, D. Carpenter. TOP ROW: C. Pollard, L. Baldridge, J. 
James, S. Rasmussen. MISSING: R. Frost, D. Brodeur, K. Higgins, 
R. King. 





LBC: BOTTOM ROW: P. Nodell, N. Ingraham, J. Treval- 
lion, C. Opalinski, J. Pappas, J. B>Tne, K. Shea, C. Sig- 
ler. TOP ROW: T. Roche, D. Greco. MISSING: L. Jalbert, 
M. Hinkley, D. Matthews, D. Lavelle, R. Jones, S. Bo- 
duch, D. Stebbins, P. Gillis. 




"When my cue comes, call, 
and I will answer." 




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F.T.A.: BOTTOM ROW: T. Campion, N. Fey, A. Zimmer, E. Grace. TOP 
ROW: Mr. Pryzbylowicz- advisor, R. Gulluni, D. Roberts, K. Wahlberg, D. 
Fuller, B. Kervick, C. Whitehill. MISSING: C. McGregor, J. Seymour, M. 
Murphy, M. Booth. 





SENIORS: BOTTOM ROW: F. Reddington, P. LaSonde, P. Nodell, L. Cameron, J. Wright, S. Evans, J. A 
TOP ROW: D. Kibbe, N. Ingraham, P. Anshutz, J. Kaczenski, D. Williams, T. Blodgett, V. Horton. MISSING 
B. Harrison, T. Lambert, C. Dunn, K. Calvert, G. Roan, K. Maskell, C. Opalinski. 




Girls Leaders Corps 



"When the blind lead the blind . 



JUNIORS: BOTTOM ROW: S. LaBroad, K. Shea, M. 
Sheehan, N. Thomson, C. Rodrigues, N. Moore, K. 
O'Brien, P. Boduch, C. Lajzer, TOP ROW: B. Doten, B 
Hadley, M. Lemieux. MISSING: M. Bedore, S. 
Robertson. 





Boys Leaders Corps 

. . . both shall fall into the ditch" 



BOTTOM ROW: S. Porter, T. Sidor, R. Cazalet, D. Jacek. SEC- 
OND ROW: P. Gillis, F. Langone, T. McCaffery. TOP ROW: T. 
Silveira, M. Ellington, D. Gillan, G. Robinson. MISSING: R. 
Spiteri, T. Smith, T. Murphy, B. Jordan. 




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"All work and no play makes Jack a dull b< 




EDITORS: BOTTOM ROW: J. James, O. Okula. D. Sakowski. SEC- 
OND ROW: L. Baldridge, D. Carpenter, J. Schaefer, J. Fa-. TOP 
ROW: D. Garbus, Editor-in-chief. MISSING: K. Higgins. K. 
Keenan. Mrs. O'Donoghue, advisor. 



. . . Lead us not into temptation and 
deliver us from Yearbook . . . 




Mrs. Rasmussen- Advisor 



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BOTTOM ROW: W. Philips, 
K. Barker, S. Ciocci, N. 
Thomson, K. Owens, M. 
Willms, S. Polom. TOP 
ROW: D. Garcia, D. Wilson, 
M. Scott Smith, B. Wallace, 
M. Aykanian, N. Greene, 
M. Meregian. MISSING: C. 
Gilles, D. Normandeau, C. 
Pruno, N. Hatch, N. Ray- 
mond, L. Mahaffey, J. 
Patric, P. Gillis, R. Jones, 
E. Rathbone, J. Hinch, S. 
Robertson, C. Sigler, T. 
Maskell, S. Crowley, C. 
Dwyer, J. Valentine, B. 
Boyd, N. May, E. Carlson, 
L. Lundy, C. Johnston, D. 
Harvey, S. House, J. Ther- 
rien, A. Chandeck, D. 
Spenser, S. Coburn, P. 
Nodell, A. Zimmer, L. 
Jalbert, J. Crampton. 



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"The only music typically American is that made by 
the mockingbird, the saxophone, and the cash register. 




PEP BAND 1972- S. Calson, E. Cardetti, S. Chlastawa, K. Congdon, J. Dow, J. Fay, L. Fiore, J. Foster, C. Gardell, R. Gib- 
son, J. Hall, S. Handel, E. Hartt, B. Hughes, C. Jones, C. Johnson, D. Killam, G. Knack, M. Mathew, J. Maxwell, K. Max- 
well, M. Monsell, B. Nieske, J. Normandeau, P. Packard, N. Panasian, B. Pickett, K. Riggs, J. Rosse. I. Rugg, D. Sawyer, 
B. Schenk, S. Schenk, P. Silva, K. Smith, P. Spinn, J. Stone, B. Strasberg, S. Strohman, S. Swervda, J. Tavlor, R. Tavlor, 
J. Tellier, M. Thodal, H. Thrasher, C. Whitehill, M. Willms, A. Zimmer, S. Sweetman. 



117 



"Winning isn't everything, it's the onl) thing.' 



'Winning builds character; character builds men. 



ONE 
WAY 



'Fatigue makes cowards of us all. 



"You've got to be mentalK tough." 



"There is no substitute for work. 




HOT 



'There is only one yardstick in our business and that is w inning." 



119 



Fall Sports 





Football 




Minnechaug Opponents 


32 


Trade 





13 


Ludlow 





6 


Classical 


20 


6 


South Hadley 


27 


8 


Palmer 


6 


12 


Holyoke Catholic 








East Longmeadow 


13 


19 


Longmeadow 


6 


16 


Commerce 








Girls' Swimming 




Minnechaug Opponents 


46 


East Longmeadow 


49 


61 


West Springfield 


34 


69 


Longmeadow 


25 


60 


Northampton 


34 


65 


South Hadley 


30 


56.5 


Holyoke 


38 5 


72 


Cathedral 


23 


68 


Chicopee 


27 


71 


Chicopee Comp 


24 


76 


Holyoke Catholic 


17 





Cross Country 




Minnechaug Oppoi 


lents 


41 


Holyoke Catholic 


20 


34 


Mawhawk 


23 


33 


Palmer 


24 


22 


Ware 


35 


21 


Tantasqua 


39 


18 


Ludlow 


40 


34 


Southwick 


23 


15 


Monson 


49 


27 


Quabog 


30 







I Wlf. 






Field Hocke> 


Minnechaug Opponents 


1 


Longmeadow 





South wick 


1 


South Hadley 


1 


East Longmeadow 


1 


Agawaro 





Longmeadow 





South wick 


3 


South Hadlev 


1 


East Longmeadow 


1 


Agawam 



Soccer 


Minnechaug Opponents 


1 Monson 


1 Westfield 2 


2 Greenfield 3 


2 Northampton 1 


4 Holyoke 


2 W'estfield 


1 Agawam 


South Hadley 


1 West Springfield 


1 Longmeadow 2 


1 East Longmeadow 2 


6 Holyoke 1 


South Ha ^ 


4 Classical 



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THE GREEN MACHINE; FRONT ROW: 
Coach Deslauriers, J. Lundy, T. Mur- 
phy, S. Easton, R. Long, J. Post, R. 
Perez, D. Greco, M. Zimmerman, T. 
Powis, J. Massida, Coach Miller. 
SECOND ROW: Coach Holt, D. Vivian, 
D. Harvey, G. Robinson, V. Sullivan, 
S. Swetland, S. Porter, J. Albertson, 
T. Keyes, T. McCaffery, L. Cazalet, 
P. Deane, Coach Campbell. THIRD 
ROW: S. Cooke, J. Schnepp, T. 
Melville, J. Williams, J. Shadduck, D. 
Gillian, F. Langone, B. Heck, M. 
Ellington, J. Reed, D. Heeley, M. St. 
Germain, B. Buckholz, M. Gray, R. 
Shaw, R. Rodriguez. 





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FRONT ROW: E. Mentzen, M. Lopata, 
J. Delargy, D. Knowles, R. Sherman, 
G. Lamotte, K. Peterson, M. Frat- 
amico. SECOND ROW: D. Gernux, V. 
Haggerty, J. Perez, D. Harrington, T. 
O'Brien, M. Strange, B. Wolski, R. 
King, B. Harrington, S. Burian, B. 
Ryan. THIRD ROW: Coach Spencer, 
D. Bagge, T. Dooley, P. Gregoire, 
K. Ouackenbush, A. Smith, M. Sim- 
onoko, R. VonFlattern, P. Villaino, 
M. Stamm, M. McGuill, A. Easton, 
B. Devalle, Coach Rowe. 







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BOTTOM ROW: P. Gilbert, R. Kosa- 
kowski, T. Crossman, D. Begley, R. 
Adams, R. Berta. SECOND ROW: J. 
Yazel, S. Ross, J. Stone, E. Cardetti, 
S. Boyd, J. Chapin. THIRD ROW: 
Coach Bamford, D. Jacek, R. Ickrath, 
J. Brerman, S. Paul, E. Robison, S. 
Brennan, R. Nelson, R. Miller. 




Neither rain nor sleet . 




2 



Elwin Robison finished his high school 
career this season as one of the best 
cross country runner Minnechaug has 
ever had! 




nor hamburg and gravy . 




shall keep the Harriers from 
their appointed race. 



UTS 60 CHAUC 



BOTTOM ROW: Coach Cascio. SEC- 
OND ROW: J. Schaefer, M. Grant, 
B. Doten, J. Trevallion, P. Lasonde, 
L. Cameron (Co-capt. ), Poopsie, P. 
Cyr (Co-capt. ), V. Bandoski, L. 
Johnson, E. Struzziero, M.J. Hughes. 
THIRD ROW: N. Raymond, J. Mc- 
Guill, C. Gillis, C. Dunn, K. 
Booth, C. Stark, J. Burt, D. Love, 
M.J. Kirby, B. Stirtin, N. Coffin, 
S. Kapp, C. Lajzer. TOP ROW: H. 
Kossick, B. Carpenter, J. Chouinard, 
L. Love, C. Beach, B. Jordan, J. 
Jordan, M. Meehan, K. Frost, C. 
Struzziero, A. Piaget, S. Shaw, S. 
Silva. MISSING: Assistant Coach 
McDonald. 






"All women ought to know how to 
swim; it's good training and be- 
sides, it keeps their mouths shut. " 






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Western Mass Champs! 




Four Western Mas. Championships! ! '. 
This years Senior swimmers, with a 
four year composite total of 41 wins and 
one loss, leave behind a host of records, 
trophies, and medals. These Seniors 
include: Laurie Cameron, Phyllii 
Jill Trevallion, Linda Johnson, Mary 
Jane Hughes, Vicki BandosW, Pat Ia««~<f» 
and Elaine Struzziero. 




RECORD: 9-1-0 



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FRONT ROW: R. Gallant, R. Borbeau. 
SECOND ROW: T. Sidor, T. Leone, A. 
Casper, M. Thrasher, T. Silviera, J. Mu- 
kai, N. Bandowski, B. Silley. THIRD 
ROW: Coach Whalen, P. McCarthey, A. 
Chandeck, M. Skipton, D. Jachym, D. 
Carmen, D. Carpenter, W. Kober. 




'.-■, ■-r-j-v''-?-:.;.-*' ---.-.-, .'■■.'--.. 

It's not whether you win or lose 




130 





FRONT ROW: K. Horton, W. Gaivey, A. 

Hellenger, K. Vance, I. Siller, T. Bates. 
SECOND ROW: C. Teschendorf. R. Stol- 
erick, B. Melikian, J. Dangleis, E. Shee- 
han, D. Wallace, E. Malzenski, J. Duke, 
C. Bailey. THIRD ROW: J. Anderholm, S. 
Olson, P. Lindahl, J. Gemux, J. Wood, J. 
DeSanti, T. Wilier, M. Ziginhagen, D. 
Robinson. 



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K. Hinch, L. Godin, D. Demetrius, T. 
Blodgett (co-capt. ), S. Evans (co-capt. ), 
D. Hayn, M. Godfrey. KNEELING: C. 
King, M. Audette, D. O'Brien, T. Nas- 
cimbeni, J. Patric, N. Hatch, L. Patruno. 
STANDING: Coach Collins, S. Colburn, 
M. Padula, D. Tobias, P. Furgal, M. 
Twining, L. Jalbert, J. Audette, B. 
Harrison, Coach Larrivee. MISSING: C. 
Padula, B. VanHorn, D. VanHorn. 





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SENIORS -- FRONT: Deb Tobias, Patti Fur. 
Terry Blodgett, Marie Padula, BACK: Jo Audette, 
Sue Colburn, Sue Evans, Linda I albert. Missing: 
Bonnie Harrison, Man- Twining. 



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Drill Team 



WINTER SPORTS 



Swimming 



Basketball 



Gymnastics 




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134 



"Soon fades the spell, soon comes the night; 
Say will it not be then the same, 
Whether we played the black or white, 
Whether we lost or won the game?" 




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Hockey 



Skiing 



Cheerleadine 



x>„. 



, ; : 



SENIORS: Vivian Brehaut, 
Miki Ashe, Nancy Ingraham, 
Darlene Kibbe, Joanne Pap- 
pas, Marianne Haggerty. 








SPIRIT, INC. 

"There are two 
ways of spreading 
light; to be the 
candle or the mirror 
that reflects it." 




BOTTOM ROW: C. Rodrigues, D. Long, M. Sheehan, K. 
Shea. SECOND ROW: M. Ashe, K. Thompson. X. Ingra- 
ham (co-capt. ). THIRD ROW: V. Brehaut. V.. Haggert) 
J. Pappas. TOP: D. Kibbe (capt. ). 



137 



FRONT ROW: M. McHugh, P. Gillis, T. 
Roche, J. Byrne, C. Sigler, C. Smith, M. 
Ellington, R. Jones, S. Porter, S. Gowing, 
T. McCaffrey, S. Semle, SECOND ROW: 
S. Coburn, T. Allen, G. Teschendorf, R. 
Frost, D. Rapisarda, W. Garvey, B. Buck- 
land, B. Joy, S. Olson, W. Carlson, D. 
Hurley, G. Garber, J. Crowder, P. Cyr. 
THIRD ROW: Coach Worthley, P. Went- 
worth, R. Verani, G. Davis, C. Duncan, 
S. Carlson, W. Harris, J. Cauley, B. Buc- 
holz, A. Smith, J. Sigler, M. Officer, P. 
Oades, K. Horton, W. Schuback, Coach 
Miller. 





"Man's greatest moment of happiness is to be tested beyond what 
he thought might be his breaking point and not fail. " 




138 




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SENIORS: Co-captains, Lisa Baldridge and 
Nadine Fey. KNEELING: B. Harrington, C. 
Patruno, D. Garcia, D. House, D. Spenser, 
P. Patric, D. Hastie. 




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BOTTOM ROW: D. Robinson, V. Sullivan, 
R. McGuill, R. Vartanian, P. Bauchman, 
S. Williams; SECOND ROW: Coach Whalen 
J. Lundy, G. Robinson, T.J. O'Donnell, 
R. Long, P. Lepley, M. Gibbs. 








. When You're Not You're Not. 



FRONT ROW: S. Ross, J. Wipple, B. Hairing- 

ton, S. Thomas, M. Strange. SECOND ROV.' : 
D. Harrington, D. Dragon, R. Ryan, B. De- 
valle, Coach Musselman. THIRD ROW: 
Yazel, C. Carlin, B. Stamm, D. Gemox, S. 
Jones. 







L4S 



KNEELING: R. King (Capt. ), J. Balise, T. 
Johnson, T. Leone, J. Bucholz, T. Bates. 
STANDING: R. Abrahamson, B. King, F. 
Quigley, D. Jachym, S. Rasmussen, C. 
Martin, R. Shaw, T. Willey, J. Pappas, 
B. Heck, M. Peszca, S. Parker, S. Pianow- 
ski, R. Bates, J. Thomas, Coach Verani, 
J. Collete. 




In hockey, it's not whether you win or lose 






147 



FRONT ROW: S. Brand, S. Cazalet, J. 
Foster, M. Lemieux, T. Crossman, M. 
Hill, E. Kronholm, R. Miller, K. Cor- 
mier. SECOND ROW: Coach Morgan, C. 
Hebert, B. Wallace, P. Gilson, T. Oui- 
met, B. Nauman, T. Fernandez, E. Forni, 
Coach Gallagher. THIRD ROW: B. Hast- 
ings, C. Nauman, M. Zimmerman, S. 
Ruda, C. Hill. 




All that and grace, too! 








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FRONT ROW: M. Murphy, P. Mierzwenski, 
S. Evans (capt. ), M. Padula, C. McGre- 
gor, M. Laware. SECOND ROW: K. St. 
Denis, L. Wentworth, S. Pratt, C. Dunn, 
T. Goodreau (Manager), D. Tobias. Miss- 
ing: Coach, Mrs. Bohrer. 








She marks not that 
you won or lost — 
but how you played 
the same. 



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Western Mass. Champs 




"A Strong Body Makes The Mind Strong 



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FIRST ROW: Co-Captains Tina Lambert and Michele Lemieux, SECOND ROW: C. 
Smith, L. Desotell, M. Kirby, J. McGuill, B. Doten, K. Booth, L. D'Amours, S. 
Foster, J. Kaczenski, L. Mahaffey, N. Raymond, THIRD ROW: Coach Koph, C. 
Phillips, C. Bump, L. Clifford, B. Kibbe, D. VonFlattern, J. Folansbee, K. Frost, 
C. Struzziero, M. Meehan, Coach Cascio. 




For the body at best 
Is a bundle of aches 

Longing for rest; 
It cries when it wakes. 





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"... snow tonight 
changing to rain by 
morning ..." 

BOTTOM ROW: C. Tucker, R. De- 
Montigny, S. Kneeland, Coach 
Sousa. SECOND ROW: J. Jordan, B. 
Jordan, J. Hammond, L. Markhard, 
N. Hatch, M. Thodal. THIRD ROW: 
J. Buckland, D. Hayn, K. DeMonti- 
gny, J. Kowynia, B. Godfrey, R. 
Burgess. TOP ROW: D. Johnson, D. 
Normandeau, P. Carew, J. Smith. 
SSING: B. Hamner, L. Mosig, J. 
ien, S. Storbee, C. Libby. 







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"How can we think 
snow when we forg 
what it looks like?' 1 

BOTTOM ROW: T. MacNiece, J. Ceraux, 
R. Perez, L. Surdyka, Coach Souta. SEC- 
OND ROW: M. Spagnoli, T. Collins, 
Sunburg, M. St. Germain, K. Vane*, R. 
Decoteau. THIRD ROW: B. Smith, 
Wade, J. Porter, P. Wilson (Mgr. \ J. 
Chambers, P. Allen, K. Dana. TOP ROW: 
J. Webber, M. Ferris, S. Creen, T. 
Rodgers, E. Sabiek, R. Carbus. MISSING: 
J. Normandeau, J. Perez. 



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COMPLIMENTS OF: 



RICE'S LAWNMOWER & EQUIPMENT 



757 Main Street, Wilbraham, Mass. 
Telephone: 596-9642 

Test drive one today! 




LOUIS AND CLARK DRUG STORES 



Springfield — Chicopee — Wilbraham 

471 Breckwood Blvd. — 1595 Memorial Dr. 

-495 Main St. 

Something from Louis and Clark will pick you up when you're down. 






The newest style for the academically minded. 



In the heart of the kielbasa country. 



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WILBRAHAM BARBER SHOP 

AND 
COLONIAL BEAUTY SALON 



OPALINSKI'S MARKET 



101 Stony Hill Road 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

LI3-1324 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



ANTONIO'S 



FLOWERS ALA-CARTE 



Post Road Shopping Center 



'i Street 
Hampden ' 



Name your PoiWHll 



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Another one of our satisfied customers. 



'Do you have crepes sureties, tea leaves, egg rolls, tacos 



CANDI CHEVROLET-OLDS INC. 



COMPLIMENTS OF: 



380 Main Street — Wilbraham, Mass. 
596-8311 



VARIETY SHOPPE 



Boston Road 
Wilbraham. Mass. 





MINI FOOD BASKET 

Open Everyday 

7A.M. to 11P.M. 

Post Road Shopping Center 

2701 Boston Road Wilbraham, Mass. 

Oops! Forgot the eggs. 




TOWN & COUNTRY BARBER SHOP 





Flowers for all occasions. 

WILBRAHAM FLOWER SHOP 

98 Stony Hill Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 01051 




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THE VILLAGE MART 



TRI-TOWN RUBBER 



Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 

I buy my animal crackers there. 





Railroad Ave. 
S Wilbraham. Mass. 

Nonce thcquaul) 



Do you think I'd be doing this if I wasn't insured? 

LLOYD M. HOOVER 
INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 




That's the hide-a»a\ '? 



PELLETIER REALTORS M.L.S. 



624 Main Street 



Wilbraham, Mass. 



Wilbraham Area 

Boston Road 

543-1930 



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How do you get to Boston Road? 
Compliments Of: 

NANTUCKET CAPITAL 
COMPANY, INC. 

2701 Boston Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 01095 






LUDLOW SAVINGS BANK 

Wilbraham Branch 

455 Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 

I wouldn't bring my pennies anywhere else. 




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VILLAGE HAIR STYLISTS 



2701 Boston Road 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

Mr. Manuel Soares proprietor 

596-8550 



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SPRINGFIELD MOULDERS 
INCORPORATED 

Monson, Massachusettes 
Plastics — not pollution — part of the solution 



Moulded earphones? 





Best tuna fish in town. 



THE VILLAGE STORE 



Do they insure these dancing feet? 

BOURBEAU & HINCH INSURANCE 







462 Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



34 Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



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It keeps my dentures tight! 

ART CEMENT PRODUCTS CO., INC. 

120 Old Boston Rd. 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

596-9391 

Cards for all occasions 

WILBRAHAM PHARMACY 

2769 Boston Rd. 

Wilbraham,Mass. 

596-4832 




Do they make drum sticks 

UTILITY MFG. CO. 

2443 Boston Rd. 

Wilbraham. Mass. 

596-3861 

It's lough to think of 
any where else for furniture 

BREADY'S FURNITURE MART 

2957 Boston Rd. 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

596-4091 






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ACCESSORIES 



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HAMPDEN RUBBER STAMP SERVICE 

Quick Service — Reasonable Prices 



RUBBER STAMPS 

Stamp Pads 
Marking Pens 



MONOGRAMMING 

Napkins - Matches 
Pencils • Stationery 



Frank J. T. Kirk, Prop. 
299 Wilbraham Road Tel. 566-8616 Hampden, Mass. 01036 



DONALD J. FLANNERY 
REALTOR 



780 MAIN ST. 

WILBRAHAM, MA. 

596-9982 



THOMAS R. McMANN 
WILLIAM GRCENt 

Managers 




2033 BOSTON ROAD • N. WILBRAHAM, MASS. 



"The ACTION HOUSE 

for ACTIVE BOWLZRS " 



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MTILBRAHAM. MASS M 11' SI 

596-8096 

The Big Wardrobe Pleasers . . . 

. . . With The Little Price Tags 

CLOTHES CUSTOM MADETO FIT YOL'R NEEDS 



MARY 

LYON 

NURSING 

HOME 



count on us. 



At Third National we provide you with your own Personal 

Banker to help with all your money matters. Someone 

you know who will take a personal interest in helping you 

plan a solid financial future. He's the man you can 

count on for help when you need a loan for a new car. 

home improvement or to finance an education program. 

Best of all. you'll get his personal services at no cost 

to you. Because Third National is no ordinary bank. 

~ THIRD NATIONAL 

BANK OF HAMPDEN COUNTY 

where customers count .on their personal banker 




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bridge Village. Great food for hungry people, 
made on the spot for speedy take-out service or 
for comfortable dining in the air conditioned, 
colonial dining room. Make it a point while 
studying physics, or visiting Sturbridge, to drop 
in and enjoy the great food. Telephone number: 
347-9151. 





OUR ADVISOR — MRS. R. 
MOTHER HEN 



Mr. John 

AT 2812 BOSTON ROAD, N< 

f flaOxJTltzatr^entt for men & women 

Specializing in Men's Toupees 



BARBER AND 
HAIR STYLIST 
FOR MEN 

NORTH WILBRAHAM 



-KO HAIR STRAIGHTENING FOR THE 
"- MAN WITH CURLY HAIR 

Something new - PERMA STYLE.' 
for the man with straight hair who 
wants it wavy or curly. 

ALL STYLES BY APPOINTMENT 
including evening appointments 

Tel. 596-8144 

Hours 8:30 - 6:00 

JOHN MUSCARO, Prop. 




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BUCHHOLZ MARCUS SIGNS 

Since 1899 
Can't you read the sign? 








See what apples can do? 

GREEN ACRES FRUIT FARM 



Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



VIN TRIMBOLI MOBIL STATION 



Wilbraham. M 
596-8855 




NOW OPEN YEAR- ROUND 

Sullivan's 



MT. VIEW 
DRIVE-IN 



Mon. - Sat. 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. 
Sunday 12:00 noon - 10:00 p.m. 

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RICE FRUIT FARM 



BREADY'S FURNITURE MART 



Apples Peaches — Pears — Plums — Certified Sweet 

Cider 

757 Main Street, Wilbraham, Mass. 

596-4002 



2957 Boston Road 

North Wilbraham, Mass. 

596-4091 



An apple a day 



'I don't think this came from Bready's.' 







Call 566-8568 for 24-hour Emergency Prescription Service. 



'We may not always be right but we're never wrong!' 




HAMPDEN DRUG 

41 Somers Road 

Hampden, Mass. 

Free Prescription Delivery 

Earle Selwitz, B.S., R.Ph. 



ARLANDA CORPORATION 




MRS. R'S 
F-BLOCK 
R&CONT. LIT. 








BILTONS MOUNTAIN SIDE ORCHARD 

HAMPDEN HARDWARE CO. 

DAIL TONE LOUNGE 

WILBRAHAM PHARMACY 

QUALITY MARKET 

DR. & MRS. EDWARD MC FARLAND 

MR. & MRS. DULEY N. HARTT 

MR. & MRS. GORDON CAMERON 

LAKESIDE RESTAURANT 

INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS CORPORATION 

AMY'S GIFT SHOP 

CUMBERLAND FARMS 

SALLY DONOVAN 

SANTOS DEPT. STORE 

MR. JOSEPH'S HAIR STYLES 






Leonard J. Mafcaro 
famea D, Fisher 

George B. Iliggins 

Mr. Bamford 

Mr Bachmann 

Mr. Silva 

Paul l. Harrington 

Gordon I (lark 

Boh l-.rtcl 

Carroll A. Sawyer 

Susan E. Jones 

David Bcgley 

Mr. & Mrs. Brute W. Icrricr 

Mr. & Mrs. Kline 

Mr. & Mrs. N. Mammarelli 

Mr. & Mrs. Landon 

Mr. & Mrs. James Whipple 

Mr. & Mrs. Iranklyn E. Dai ley Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R.C.Oades 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Willard Pickett 

Mr.& Mrs. Charles Scott 

Mr.& Mrs. R. H. Heck 

Mr. & Mrs. George A. Robertson 

Mr. & Mrs. James Thomson 

Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Thomas 

Mr. & Mrs. David L. Stone 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Schcnk 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Raymond 

Mr.& Mrs. William C. King 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Arthur Bohn 

Mr. & Mrs. Allan Sattler 

Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Dexter 

Mr. & Mrs. Allen G. Kneeland 

Dr. & Mrs. Anthony Polom 

Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Domanowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Boilard 

Dr. & Mrs. Paul A. Congdon 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Keenan 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Cosby 

Mr.& Mrs. Y. P. Phillips 

Mr. & Mrs. Andon Meregian 

Mr. & Mrs. Dino Ciocci 

Mona, Phil,and Art Sousa 

Dick & Ellie Pianowski 

Ed & Stacia Malzenski 

The Robert Bateson Family 

The Baldridge Family 

Token Builders; Wilbraham. Ma. 

Walt's Auto Body 

William J. Hastings Co. 



'Him", and Osmond 



Howdy Skivs from Nudie 

To Jon, from Mom. Dad. and Paula 

To my dearest swimmer Hi! 

To Elizabeth from Russell 

To my A-block class — who dragged mc here 

To Birdie; Squawk, he's coming 

To Hunny from Pooh 

To the Stage Crew(') 

To 598, Big L. Little L. E.E. & Ink. Enemy . plate boy. 

on the A. B.C. 
Hello to the yearbook staff 

"Hubba Hubba" from the cast of the 1970 Sophomore 1 ■ 
"Roast Goost is my favorite doosh" form the cast of the 1971 Junior one act 
"we were kidding you" from the cast of the senior 1972 l-act 
Hi and goodbye to Beth. Patlie. Ellen, Janny. Jan. and Pam 
Hello (Hockey). 

To the B.G.T.M. from the only senior with farewell ■> 
Howdy Nudie from Skns 
HiT andO.B. from Sewer 
God Bless M.R.H.S. 
God Bless Me 
Succinct writing counts 
I HATE DEADLINES 

To Rick and Scott, who worked hard on and off the ice 
I am soooglad the yearbook is FINALLY FINISHED 
Debbie; Phyllis & Sue are OK It's you that smells bad 
Signs since 1899 
"May all you troubles piccolo" 

The entire world is a stage and the men and women merely players. 
Mr. Badger will tell us later 
So will Mr. Sckenck . . . 
Rinky Dink! 

Debbie: Alias Chief Sore Foot, and you have boney Knees. R G.J. 
Thalaboy Bonnie 

May you all grow up to be belter business managers 
From you potato chip friend 
Compliments of a friend . 

Compliments of an appreciative mother and father 
Anonymous 
A seniors' parent 

1 said come on! To Diane. Rick. Joyce, Yvelle. and esp. ^uc H I 
It's the three Muskteers 

I love Smoky the Bear. Smoky the Bear loves me — Girls of 313 from W F.D 
Knee-deep! Knee-deep! 
Good luck to Bob at FIT 
Congratulations Graduates! JCF & BWF 
Are you good enough to be a Marine? 
Good luck seniors 

To N & R who could have and should have and WILL 
Good luck to the class of 1976 
Best wishes to the class of I 0- ? 
Good luck to the class of 1974 

Best wishes, good luck, and good nddens to the class oi 1973 
Good luck . . . 







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